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clinton runs for president, does that mean you won't run? isn't that what you have said? biden couldn't have been more emphatic. he said he never said he wouldn't run if hillary did. quote, whether she runs or not will not affect my decision. he went on to say that his wife jill was supportive of his decision, and that being a good vice president the next several years was a perfect way to make himself a solid presidential candidate. so are we ready? is the democratic party ready for this? is the country ready for a showdown between the vice president of the united states and the former first lady, former u.s. senator, former secretary of state? and why is biden saying all this now? and who is he saying it to? is he serving notice to secretary clinton that the presidential nomination is not hers for the asking? is it to tell bill clinton that this march through a second clinton presidency is going to be a bit messy? is it to tell the democrats overall out in the country that they'll have a choice in the winter and spring of 2016? well, the question for me, why is joe biden, an experie
michaela starts now. >>> the secret clinton files, a huge trove of documents about bill and hillary clinton. what do they say? when will they be released? why it puts president obama in a bind. >> a baby with three jen etd tick parents. scientists say they can do it but should they? who gets custody, who has legal rights? >> he shook up the world or was it the mom? >> new information that the fbi thought one of the most famous fights in history might have been fixed? we will hear from boxing legend, don king live. >> hello. i'm john berman. >> i'm michaela pereira. good morning out west. it is 8:00 a.m. out there. >>> happening now, a passenger terminal at the port of miami is being evacuated due to a bag of unknown substance. evacuation is affecting terminal "b" and a norwegian ship. they are out working on this. >> also, at this hour, we're awaiting a big decision by arizona governor, jan brewer, on the controversial ledgereligiou freedom bill. they include american, delta airlines, marriott and at&t. sources are telling us that brewer is very likely to veto it. it would allow bus
to tom waiting in clinton, maryland on our line for democrats. good morning. caller: hi. a second on to take your previous colors. one who said something about president obama -- no one listens to him. obama speaks in concert with the house and senate. he doesn't just come out make statements. he represents the american government when he speaks. president putin is going to do what he is going to do and president obama has no control over what he does. there are international obligations that russia has as far as ukraine is concerned. that man is supposed to speak out about these things. as far as what he wants to do as far as working to russia to resolve this problem is another matter. take supposed to opposition or exception to what he feels is a breach of international obligation by russia. thank you very much. thanks to him and his administration we are not the country we used to be." "he's the twitter page -- to pray for ukraine." we will stay on this topic for the next 20 minutes or so here on the washington journal. we want to point out a few of the other headlines going on
detailing the inner workings of the clinton white house. >>> and rising waters force police to close roads, but it's a welcome sight to ease the drought. inside supreme court arguments posted online. >> ominous development developme ukraine. heavily armed men described as russian soldiers took up positions at airports and at a cost guard base in the crimea region. ukraine accusing russia as invading its territory. jennifer glass is live for us in the crimea capitol. jennifer, who are these armed men at the airport? who are they taking their orders from? >> reporter: they won't talk about who they are. tonight we have a new development. the air space in crimea is closed. no flights going in or out for the next 24 hours. we're not sure who these men are. there are no insignia on their uniforms. there are no license tags on their trucks. no identifying marks, paperwork, passes. if you ask them they won't say who they are. but we understand that they are russian troops. ththere is reports that as manys 2,000 russian troops may have come in the region in the last 24 hours. >> jennifer, i have t
for "variety." on hillary clinton, should she decide to run for president? the headline, "hollywood prepares to shower hillary clinton with support." there are republicans that hollywood would support as well. explain the story. seems tollary clinton be laying the groundwork for something. she has been visiting los angeles quite a few times. she will be back this week and speaking at ucla. lands, ant of perp number of people in the entertainment industry are actually getting ready for this. they are working for super packs that have been set up, what is called "ready for hillary." usa".s called "priorities katzenburg is leading the fundraising for that super pac. he is reaching out to donors in the entertainment business to for theuild support potential clinton candidacy, in the event that happens. host: ted johnson is senior editor for "variety." his work is available online at variety.com. think you for joining us. again, a look at the new york times. this photograph of russian troops in crimea. at last count, 15,000 troops and the acting ukrainian government is calling the entry into the
than most governors across the country. >>> all right, we're getting a feel for what a hillary clinton presidential campaign might look like and sound like. the former first lady delivering a big speech last night at the university of miami. her message -- equality and inclusion. she says the full participation of anyone, including women, poor, young people and disadvantaged, it's the only way to get america turned around. and the crowd, obviously, very warm welcome she got at the university of miami. >> wow! look at that right there. >>> officials in texas say they will appeal a federal judge's ruling striking down the state's ban on same-sex marriage. the judge says the texas law has no purpose but to demean gays and lesbians. texas is the largest state to have its marriage ban overturned, like others in utah, oklahoma and virginia, the judge stayed his ruling pending appeals. governor rick perry has vowed to continue the fight for texans to self-determine their state marriage laws. >>> new security plans at the boston marathon after last year's terror attack that killed three and wo
released. thousands of records from bill clinton's presidential library now in the public domain. >> every sunday night, al jazeera america brings you conversations you won't find anywhere else... >> your'e listening because you wanna see what happen... >> get your damn education... >> talk to al jazeera only on al jazeera america >> oh my... >> rain is in the forecast for much of california. more rain has fallen there than more than a year. but with the rain come the risks of mudslides. the cities of glendale. >> talking about the storms coming along the coast. center of circulation still way our in parts of the pacific. rain though is starting to ease off just a little bit. we're watching band after band making its way over the shore. pushing through nevada, through the southern part. after that, we do get a break in the rain. but we expect to see another surge in the rain over the overnight hours. how is this going to play out and how is it going to affect the rest of the country? here we go, let's start tonight and put this into motion and tomorrow in the afternoon you can see rain sho
-gay bill. john mccain urged the governor to veto it and former secretary of state hillary clinton talking to students at the university of miami. >> thankfully the governor of arizona has vetoed the discriminatory legislation that was pass ed, recognizing that inclusive leadership is really what the 21st century is all about. >> and the cheers also from demonstrators following the governor's decision, that happened outside the courthouse. nbc's jay gray reports more for us now. >> reporter: after six days of protest outside the arizona state house, with the stroke of a pen, governor jan brewer changed the chants to cheers. vetoing senate bill 1062, controversial religious freedom legislation that opponents call a thinly veiled measure allowing businesses to refuse services to gay and lesbian customers or anyone else for that matter. >> i sincerely believe that senate bill 1062 has the potential to create more problems than it purports to solve. i could divide arizona in i was it could not even imagine and no one would ever want. >> reporter: the center for arizona policy, the group that w
, hillary clinton would beat chris christie in virginia by two points, 43-41. a close race there, but no other republican does nearly as well. against rand paul, clinton would win by 7, 47-40. marco rubio trails by 8. ted cruz trails her by 10, 47-37. wisconsin governor scott walker down by 11, 46-35. against jeb bush, would lead him by 13. so much for jeb getting in, 51-38. paul ryan trails clinton by 15. and the same for mike huckabee. and we'll be right back. there's this kid. coach calls her a team player. she's kind of special. she makes the whole team better. he's the kind of player that puts the puck, horsehide, bullet. right where it needs to be. coach calls it logistics. he's a great passer. dependable. a winning team has to have one. somebody you can count on. somebody like my dad. this is my dad. somebody like my mom. my grandfather. i'm very pround of him. her. them. >>> welcome back to "hardball." in just the last year, we've seen how far the right wing will go to wage war on the poor, whether it's cutting food stamps, rejecting free medicaid money, slashing unemplo
clinton would beat chris christie in virginia by two points, 43-41. a close race there, but no other republican does nearly as well. against rand paul, clinton would win by 7, 47-40. marco rubio trails by 8. ted cruz trails her by 10, 47-37. wisconsin governor scott walker down by 11, 46-35. against jeb bush, would lead him by 13. so much for jeb getting in, 51-38. paul ryan trails clinton by 15. and the same for mike huckabee. and we'll be right back. >>> welcome back to "hardball." in just the last year, we've seen how far the right wing will go to wage war on the poor, whether it's cutting food stamps, rejecting free medicaid money, slashing unemployment insurance benefits or simply stonewalling a minimum wage hike. for some of the right, attacking the poor has become a reflex. it's hardly surprised when the party unveils its budget later this month, it will likely touch all the far right's erogenous zones when it comes to the poor. today the chair polled by paul ryan unveiled a 200-page report blasting federal programs aimed to help the poor. part of their conclusion is the feder
. welcome back to al jazeera america. thousands of secret document from bill clinton's presidential library in the dome april. first a look at the temperatures. >> we'll have a wide range of numbers. we'll feel the heat building. temperatures soaring into the request 70, and -- into the 70s, and 80s. contrast that where we stand in minneapolis. it feels a lot colder. if you step outside it feels like we are stepping at mines 20. windchill warnings in place. that will last early this afternoon. bundle up. temperatures here across the upper midwest ranging from 30 to 50 degrees. arctic air has not gone anywhere, it's cold across the north-east. 28 in cleveland and across the south. here is where the warmth lies. we have the temperatures in the low 50s. a little on the warm side. highs near 80. >> thank you. >> 911 calls from the traffic jam at the george washington bridge in new jersey were made public. hours of dispatch tape showed frustrations by drivers, police officers and emergency responders, struggling after a former aid to chris christie shut down the bridge leading to fort lee. it wa
port clinton, ohio. population then and now 5,000. c-span: what was the family like? >> guest: my family? c-span: mm-hmm. >> guest: my dad was a--a building contractor. my mom was a schoolteacher. we'd come there after the war. my dad had been injured during the war and he was recovering. and i had a--a younger sister--still do. and it was a--it was a pleasant place to grow up and a pleasant time to grow up. and, i mean, i--it was a much less, you know, cosmopolitan place than harvard or--or the east coast in general. but i was really blessed in growing up in a place that had a lot of social capital. and, frankly, i've--i've spent some time learning in writing this book about the degree to which what i'm indulging in here is simple nostalgia for kind of a--of a--of a past that one wouldn't necessarily today want to re-create. i haven't been back to port clinton for a long time--until i--until just recently i went back there. and it turns out it still is, in fact, unusually civic. people do--do connect with one another. c-span: you do mention that, in spite of the fact that you fin
red lines ever since we began to move nato toward russia in the 1990s. clinton began it. bush continued it. obama rhetorically has continued it. the ultimate red line, and unlike perhaps obama, putin really believes in red lines, was ukraine. what putin saw happening in ukraine, for him, and we can argue whether it was or isn't, it was a direct threat to russian national security in the form of crimea. and so he reacted. >> why would steven hadley, who is a big shot in the bush administration be now pushing for nato membership for ukraine? which as i said in the opening would mean we would have to fight the russians personally and directly if they interfered in ukraine, if that were the case. if we put them in nato, then we're all the way on the front lines ourselves. why would this country want to bring our front all the way to the border between ukraine and russia? what would be the national interest in doing that? >> i have to make a generalization. what we're witnessing in this crisis in ukraine, and essentially, it's moving the old metaphorical curtain in berlin right to
to award bonuses at the irs in an era of belt tightening. >>> speculation about 2016, clinton heading to the key swing state of florida today for a pair of speeches. first stop, orlando. then she'll head to the university of miami. clinton has been traveling the country giving speeches. she is expected to decide later this year. >>> new this morning, another milestone for obamacare. the president says 4 million people have signed up. it's a big number, but of course, the doubters are still saying the law is not doing what it needs to do. we're live at the white house with more. how are the numbers being taken? >> reporter: some would say this is good news for the white house. these numbers show that the pace of enrollments has been steadily improving since the problems were fixed with the website healthcare.gov. still the administration would have to see record signups for the remaining several weeks just to reach the new lower goal of 6 million enrollees by march 3 1st. that's 1 million people than in the beginning. just last week, vice president biden said it would still be a hell o
in the washington times on bill clinton. his message for democrats. picture of him with a kentucky democrat in louisville yesterday. himes.e talking with jim the national finance chairman of the house democrats. we will be talking about the 2014 field coming up in about five minutes or so. have a bit of time left. go to doug in wake forest, north carolina on our line for democrats. good morning. caller: thank you. for decades, the ar american people of wondered why the middle east continues to blow itself up. the interpretation of ancient transcripts. i would like to say that one of you to the people of arizona for helping us find ourselves on the same path. host: let's go to john in florida on our line for independents. caller: i knew this was going to be the first piece when i heard about it yesterday. -- i'mm not hearing is hearing a lot of religion and atheists. i'm not hearing the simple question, is a naturally echo you come down to the issue, nobody wants to talk about homosexuality the act. they talk about two people in love. a nice, romantic, rosy picture. when you talk about the a
% that hillary clinton will be the runner. is this a foregone conclusion about hillary clinton? thesecuracy forecasting things is wrong, how does this shape up on the democratic side? you mentioned the chance of immigration reform in lame deck. -- in lame duck. what do you think? >> i would defer to charlie and is worth knowing that both of us do not get paid by the word. we get paid nothing. >> not here anyway. this is the believe in free speech, how would you like to give one? [laughter] >> i will defer to charlie on that. ithink i share his view that is not a sentient that she will run. she willnot a cinch run. i have heard you say that. >> if this is a political decision, she is running. take it to the bank. i would argue that a lot of bush things like the jeb example are personal decisions as well as political. there is a 30% chance or so she does not run. is logic is, right now, she 66 years old, she will turn 67 later this year in october. 68 inll be 67 going on 2015. she will be 69 two weeks before the election in 2016. can you get elected at 69? of course you can, that was the same
for fiscal year 2015. hillary clinton saying that in florida on wednesday night, the path for the nation' will lies in the broadening of participation of women, the poor, young people, and other disadvantaged people in the public debate. brian, columbus, ohio. republican caller. caller: thank for taking my call. i had a comment about the infrastructure. while i was on hold, you are talking about --. there is a show that was on a while ago. it talked about the crumbling of america. it is basically an advertisement for which you are talking about. it is a national security thing. it is needed. i was going to make a comment about how -- we are already 17 trillion in debt. it seems it will raise the rate again if they keep doing that. at some point, it is going to burst. they seem to know something we do not about why they don't care what our debt is right now. we need to get it done. saying,s the arizona religious freedom issues in this country, it amazes me how we go out of our way for muslims, but we don't care about offending christians. a muslim cab driver, they will not get in the -- a
remains extremely important. i think i secretary clinton, secretary kerry, the president of the training has had on so many occasions that this will not in military. there ought to be some way for reconciliation to be possible. the second principle as well, which is i always felt in the time i had this responsibility, and this kind of diplomacy has got to be backed by force. it isn't necessarily backed by american force but this, idea if you're in gave of reconciliation is another reason to be in favor of a sign to be bsa. another favor for american forces and international forces and it's a very important reason to be in favor of continued support for afghan national security forces it seems to me that taliban is watching very carefully how we work our way through these next few months to decide whether be any pressure on them to make this step toward reconciliation so the effect of the military effort, international and afghan, still is really important third point seems to me on reconciliation as you look back and circling makes you think about it very carefully and watching the film
. >> former president bill clinton is being honored in ireland. today he's in belfast where he'll open a school of leadership in his name at queens university. the institute is dedicated to his role in bringing peace to northern ireland. >> a new poll finds voters are warming to the idea of hillary clinton as president. the former first lady that not announce said she'll seek the top spot in 2016. 38% say there is a good chance they will vote for her. in 2008, one in two people said her ties to bill would hurt her chances. >> primary voters headed to the polls in texas to pick rick perry's replacement. wendy david easily picked up the democratic nod. in the texas senate race, john cordon beating tea party candidate steve stockman. >> south africa's blade runner oscar pistorius covered his ears and went with the first prosecution witness. the neighbor said she heard a woman screaming followed by the sound of gunshots. this does contradict his claim that he accidentally shot his girlfriend, thinking she was an intruder, a legal analyst warns this trial has a long way to go. >> as a prose
with berman and michaela starts now. >>> the secret clinton files, a huge trove of documents about bill and hillary clinton. what do they say? when will they be released? why it puts president obama in a bind. >> a baby with three jen etd tick parents. scientists say they can do it but should they? who gets custody, who has legal rights? >> he shook up the world or was it the mom? >> new information that the fbi thought one of the most famous fights in history might have been fixed? we will hear from boxing legend, don king live. >> hello. i'm john berman. >> i'm michaela pereira. good morning out west. it is 8:00 a.m. out there. >>> happening now, a passenger terminal at the port of miami is being evacuated due to a
years, there was a cutting of taxing during clinton and the republicans worked together. this president is not doing that. the budget does not represent what i would like to see. our kids and grandkids will pay for this. i trillion dollars in the budget. 90% of the current federal budget that could be cut out i mean thecaller: revenue that we bring in, 10% should be the maximum that we have on any kind of budget. you mentioned education spending. here is what reuters says will be in the budget. obama will renew his call for universal pre-kindergarten and expanding the head start program. your thoughts on those proposals? caller: if you have ever looked to education, it says when kids are younger they need to do more experimental things been in the classroom. the problem with younger kids when they are in lower economics, they need to be raised properly. a lot of the major problems we find with kids that come from low income families is that they do not understand even the basic alphabet. those things are great for them to be trained. once they come to the classroom him if they have been
the last few decades, reagan and clinton, that is because they worked across the aisle and found a way to provide leadership and work across the aisle and negotiate. >> to the big reforms -- look at the big reforms we had during those terms. >> absolutely. we have not had leadership in a while. >> we will turn to another subject, yellow cabs and their fight back against uber. the ceo of halo joins us next. they are a rifle to uber. back in a moment. ♪ >> catching a chemist become easier than ever thanks to an onslaught of technology startups. -- catching a cab became easier thanks to an onslaught of technology startups. halo operates as a social network for cabdrivers. joining us with more is the newly appointed ceo, who spent 10 years as an executive with starbucks and help grow starbucks around the world. greg rayburn, my cohost for the hour, is still with us. tell us exec at how this works. i'm trying to wrap my head around this. >> you use your mobile phone, your smart phone, you download the app, and as you are in your apartment, you cap -- tap the app and it sends a signal to t
to years later. it was signed by president clinton and became law 20 years ago. i want to encourage everybody in the future that is working on this important issue, and it is important to include all sales in the background checks and you have just heard the reasons by, several examples of the internet and gun shows. i want to encourage everybody that just because there is public outcry doesn't mean we will get the bill passed. it takes work, time, and it takes persistance and we will will again. it will be a proud day. and i am going to come back the day it passes and i promise i will not leave until then. [ applause ] >> and jim wanted me to give everybody a big hello. he is sorry he could not be here. but it is hard for him to travel anymore. for those of you who helped us, thank you so very much. for those of you on the brady staff, dan, president and everybody else working on it, i see they have got the same excitement so we are going to win and we are going to finish the job. thank you. [ applause ] >> thank you, sarah. one of the more inspiring things, in addition to the succ
with me. host: you became the ins commissioner during the clinton administration? guest: yes. fw librarian tweets in -- what would be the policy implications of that? i think that is not going to happen. congress will not do that. a durable system for a long time. if people are here illegally for , they are eligible to apply for citizenship as long as they have not violated any laws, have learned to speak english, and are familiar with the civics and system of government of our country. that is a system that has proved very, very effective. people whoe putting are here as noncitizens into a legal framework where they can do that. right now, we have a very large population that is prevented from doing that. yes, they have violated the law. yes, they should be accountable for that. but at the end of the day, it is unrealistic to imagine that we can remove them all from the country and a large share of them are contributing to our economy, to our communities in positive ways. of thelizabeth grieco census bureau, from all of the stats you have gathered here, what are the trends going forward?
of people claim to sleep very little including bill clinton, donald trump and martha stewart, but researchers say most of them are probably just sleep deprived and less than 1% of the population is made up of genuine short sleepers. i am definitely not one of them. i gave the whole short sleeping thing a try. i feel tired. i feel irritable and just not ready for the day. i wasn't just cranky. take a look at this reaction test. after one night of short sleep, i can't catch this pen at all. but schwanner, who's been living on four hours of sleep her entire adult life, never misses. when we tested reaction time with a 15-inch ruler, i kept getting worse. 11 inches. 12. 13. as for schwanner, she did three times better than me getting more out of life. >> four. >> reporter: -- on a lot less sleep. >> four. >> reporter: for "good morning america," mara schiavocampo, abc news, new york. >> are you going to try it? >> ready, josh? [ laughter ] i'm just imagining things. okay. >> it's tough, and, oh, for that for all of us. >> mara, thank you. great job. >>> hey, robin is out at the d
the administration. secretary kerry, secretary clinton. preparing the way for all of this. and the leadership of the countries involved that we have this joint sanctions regime in place for these negotiations. >> madam leader, last couple weeks, certainly the last couple dice taste some your very closest friends in this body have announced their retirement. mr. dingell, mr. waxman, mr. andrews is leaving. i wonder if so many people leaving after this congress, or during it, makes you re-evaluate how long you'll stay here. >> no it doesn't. it's very sad these people are leaving. they are fabulous, their legislative records, mr. dingell, mr. waxman, mr. miller, legislative virtue owe sews -- irtueo sews -- virtueo sows. rush holt, rob andrews from new jersey, fabulous hems of congress. god bless them. george miller, mr. waxman they have been here 40 years each. they want to go do something else or go home. mr. dingell, i think by the time he leaves it will be 59 years. no. they go with their pace. gi at my. we miss them. they are fabulous. there's the pot and lots of people are very excited ab
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